Miche began her studies in acting with the British American Drama Academy, learning from the likes of Dame Judi Dench and Sir Derek Jacobi.  Artistic director of MOCO Theatre, a company which creates site-specific, immersive projects, she is passionate about supporting and nurturing individual potential.  Miche has a long-standing relationship with the Arts in Norfolk.  She has worked as the principal youth drama tutor at the Norwich Playhouse, as youth director at the Maddermarket Theatre, and artistic director of the Sewell Barn.  The training she offers covers positions such as creative practitioner for the Norwich Theatre Royal and freelance practitioner for UEA drama department.  Community drama projects include work with ex-offenders, rehabilitation programmes and with the Terence Higgins Trust for the East Norfolk Health Commission. 


Many of Miche’s former students now have successful careers in film, television, and theatre, perhaps most notably Sam Clemmett who is currently starring on Broadway as Albus Potter in “The Cursed Child”. Sam is the patron of MOCO Theatre.

'The beginning is always today' Mary Shelley


Miche Montague